Apple's iCloud hits 125 million users since launch

Apple's Q2 earnings call today is reporting all sorts of impressive information and numbers. While sharing details on revenue, and the fact that they sold around 35 million iPhone's Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer announced that the company now has over 125 million iCloud users since launching in October — adding over 25 million in the past two months alone.

Pretty impressive stats for something that has only been available for around 7 months, since first launching back in October of 2011. With revenue up, and reports of 35 million iPhone's and around 12 million iPad's just this past quarter things are looking bright for Apple. We are expecting more iCloud features to be unveiled at this years WWDC conference in June, but have no additional details at this time. They've integrated it deeply with iTunes, and we can expect more coming soon.

It would appear that the only sales that seem to be declining is that of the iPod, dropping 15% from last year, but since the iPhone has that covered we can't really complain. In case you missed the full revenue numbers or reports earlier be sure and check out our Apple Hub for all the details.